Monthly Archives: May 2009

Wolfram Alpha & useless information

A few days ago a new internet search engine was launched: Wolfram Alpha. Interesting. It’s very much in the development stage and should go from strength to strength, if the search engine’s own blurb is to be believed. At this … Continue reading

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Wild weather and a failed photo-op

We’ve had a wild weekend weather-wise with 140kph southerly gales and 14 metre swells in Cook Strait. Yesterday we drove down to Palliser Bay on the south coast, and were suitably impressed. Even close to shore the swells were huge … Continue reading

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First look at our new kitten

Yesterday we had a first look at the litter of burmese kittens we’ll be choosing one from. They were born on 24 April and we’ll be able to take one away on 10 July. We’ll go back in a few … Continue reading

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Evernote enters my life

Every so often I come across a new computer application that gets me quite exercised and wanting to tell everyone about it. I have a new one to rave about: Evernote. I think it may turn out to be very … Continue reading

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All clear for a new family member

The small cat we called Felix, which took us over in Martinborough, is gone. Felix’s family, which he was obviously not fond of, has decamped from its home near the back of our property. We did love little Felix, but … Continue reading

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